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Inno continues to innovate in the Bike Racks Category.

(Alex from Inno pulls out the party tent hidden in the crossbars of the Inno rack)

I’ve been running Inno racks on my Mini Cooper for the last couple of years so I was happy to see the new stuff from this promising company. My Inno trays have been the most reliable and attractive racks I have ever used. One of my favorite features has been the skewer that is about 5 inches long. This is a welcome change to the racks I’ve used before that used a fork locking skewer about the same size as what’s found on bikes.

Alex from Inno was happy to report their sales have gone up about 10x in the last two years. Customers and dealers have been discovering this Japanese company that continues to come up with ingenious designs to compliment their A+ quality.

 

Here’s a couple highlights from their line:

The Snow Hitch set can carry 6 pairs of skis, 4 snowboards or a couple of bikes! This is a great year-round tool for the active family.

 

This carbon fiber tray is perfect for carrying your $15k bike in style. The wheel holder grabs the wheel by pressing on the braking surfaces. So it is completely safe with carbon or aero wheels.

And finally, these trays with front and rear swinging arms to hold the tires are easy to use and compatible with any wheel size!

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